At what week can a baby survive outside the womb?

Answer According to the Mayo Clinic, a baby in utero can survive outside the womb as early as 23 to 26 weeks of gestation is possible. Babies born prior to 23 weeks of development are not strong enough or... Read More »

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Can a 25 week old fetus survive outside the womb?

They have a chance at 24 weeks. Usually the problem is the lungs.

Can a baby live outside the womb after the 20 week of pregnancy?

Answer The age of viability is 24-26 weeks gestation, although a baby born that early will have some complications. A baby born at 20weeks gestation cannot survive outside of the womb; therefore, t... Read More »

At what month can the fetus could survive outside the womb?

there was a baby that was born at 19 weeks and ended up living. my friends kids were born at 19 weeks but didnt make it. so i would say 26 weeks at the earliest. still not the greatest odds. but my... Read More »

When can a fetus survive outside the womb?

On One Hand: Around Week 26According to Westside Pregnancy Clinic, fetuses can start to survive outside the womb during the 26th week (during the third trimester). At this time, if the fetus has th... Read More »